- Drains well
- Holds water
- Has the correct nitrogen to phosphorus ratio
- Contains a good balance of fungus and bacteria
- Is slightly acidic (pH of 6)
As the name Super Lemon Haze suggests, the strain produces zesty, sweet, and citrusy aromas while its flavor is sweet and tart like a lemon drop. In terms of THC count, Super Lemon Haze averages around 16 percent, although some varieties of the strain have topped out at 25 percent. As we said, it’s not the strongest strain at the party, like Sour Diesel, Chemdawg, or Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, but it is above the 10 to 12 percent THC that most other strains exhibit.
Now that we’ve discussed the facts about Super Lemon Haze, it’s time to reveal the best way to grow a batch of this tasty treat.
Step one is to soak your seeds in a glass of water to “wake them up.” Remove the seeds from the water when a white taproot pokes its way out of the hull, but don’t leave the seeds soaking for more than 32 hours (they could drown, the poor things). If some seeds don’t produce a taproot after a little more than two days, they may be bad. Discard them and focus on the seeds that did produce.
Super Lemon Haze is a fast grower and can reach heights in excess of 78 inches in just seven to nine weeks. Even though it’s one of the tallest-growing strains, its yield is similar to much shorter varieties. In fact, Super Lemon Haze produces 1-3 ounces of bud per square foot (similar to Ghost Train Haze, which is half as tall). But where the plant lags in yield, it excels in speed of growth. If you choose the Super Lemon Haze strain over the Ghost Train Haze, you could be reaping the rewards of your labor a full month before the latter finishes flowering. Prodigious!
Super Lemon Haze was first produced by Green House Seeds. It won first prize in the 2008 and 2009 High Times Cannabis Cup and another first prize in the 2010 IC420 Growers Cup, so you know it’s gotta be good. Sure, it’s not the strongest belle at the ball (as you’ll see in the section below), but what it lacks in psychoactive punch, it makes up for in flavor and aroma.
Super Lemon Haze produces a happy, euphoric, energetic high interspersed with peaks of high focus and valleys of drifty bliss. Those effects make it ideal for relieving the following medical problems:
Ask around at your local garden center to find the best bagged soil for the job.
Want a cannabis strain whose flavors reflect its namesake? Want a lemony-sweet/tart experience with a psychoactive kick? Yeah, you do! Give Super Lemon Haze marijuana a try. Wait, what’s that? Your local dispensary doesn’t sell this tasty variety? No worries. Just grow your own!
Want to grow your own Super Lemon Haze marijuana? The experts at Honest Marijuana reveal the best way to get the most yield out of this tasty cannabis strain.